Tracking the Location of Visuospatial Attention in a Contingent Capture Paradigm

@article{Leblanc2008TrackingTL,
  title={Tracking the Location of Visuospatial Attention in a Contingent Capture Paradigm},
  author={{\'E}milie Leblanc and David J. Prime and Pierre Jolicoeur},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2008},
  volume={20},
  pages={657-671}
}
Currently, there is considerable controversy regarding the degree to which top-down control can affect attentional capture by salient events. According to the contingent capture hypothesis, attentional capture by a salient stimulus is contingent on a match between the properties of the stimulus and top-down attentional control settings. In contrast, bottom-up saliency accounts argue that the initial capture of attention is determined solely by the relative salience of the stimulus, and the… CONTINUE READING
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